Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 34
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by DW Perfect fit !
I was having a hard time finding the right size and price for this product but so glad I bought this one , it is perfect !
March 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ed IT WORKS GREAT
I used this in a different application than what it was designed for. I used it to seal up the gap in our dock plate. It works great! I had a gap of almost 1 inch and the wind would cool off the warehouse quickly. Since I installed the seal, it has made all the difference. We can now stand to work in the warehouse on cold windy days.
February 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Hotrodtank Easy install. Seems to work well.
The original seal for my 29 year old Stanley steel door was almost $100.00 shipped. Only one manufacturer.
This $40.00 unit did the trick. Now a replacement vinyl seal is available locally.
Do not use the cheap small self tapping screws that come in the pkg.
Drill pilot holes in both the rails and door bottom and use a quality SS tapping screw.
I also wire brushed and sprayed a coat of Rustolem on door bottom before install.
TIP: I installed 3 sections of rail, starting on the left side of the door. Installed the seal from right to left and pulled it past the 3rd rail. Cut and installed the fourth section, and easily pulled the seal through the fourth rail and cut off the excess. This gives you full front access as I could not get behind the door rail.
February 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Jaydoos Pretty easy to assemble. Works well.
We bought this to replace a garage seal that was 15 years old and allowed rain water to come in. The bottom of our particular door had one track for the rubber to slide in. This new one comes with the aluminum base to slide the new rubber into since the old is not compatible with the new. We removed the old rubber and began to attach the aluminum base to the bottom. The screws really should have been a bit longer since our door has a v shaped dip in the bottom. I recommend using a slightly smaller drill bit to pre-drill the holes. We were able to line it up better that way. Cutting the last piece of the base was easy to do with a hacksaw and then we began to slide the rubber into the track. It works better with two people because we have an 18 ft door and you get it across easier with one person feeding it and one person pulling it. We did not even need to lubricate it. We let the door down and it seems to seal out the light pretty well. I have yet to test it to see if it will keep the water out too, but I am hopeful.
January 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by maddog good product
the installation was basic and simple, the rubber seal went in okay but needed another person to help pull it thru the 18 foot of my garage door bottom. works great and love it. I have so much less dirt and other things coming under my garage door into my garage
January 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cliff775 Does the job of keeping out the weather out
These were easy to install. Just use a little lubricant to help the rubber slide through the aluminum rails. The only thing I did not count on was that when water freezes under these the rubber has a tendency to stick to the ice and partially pulls out of the rail.
February 11, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CP Excellent product!
Product arrived ahead of schedule and undamaged; all required parts were included; additionally extra screws were also included;directions were in plain language and easy to follow;The two car garage rails Are shipped in four sections; you will need a metal cutting saw to cut your final piece the remaining width of your door;Rail sections align perfectly, therefore sliding the rubber into the metal tracks does not hit obstacles.if you have not removed A bottom rail and rubber in the past, after sliding off the existing rubber piece use a drill with a bit slightly smaller than the opening of the existing screws.drill slowly and the screws will pop out. Note I said screws because I don't know the proper name of the item that attaches the rail to the door bottom. Removing existing screws is not mandatory, however on the inside of the door your new screws in existing screws will be visible. No damage is done it's simply the appearance there is a tremendous amount of screws holding the rail in place.
November 13, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Morton Good looking product
Quality product, clear assembly instructions, but screws were short and not suitable for foam insulated doors.
October 20, 2015